"Guantanamo: If the Light Goes Out" by Edmund Clark

$15 million – Cost of building Camp 5 for 100 detainees

In 1994, up to 45,000 refugees occupied secure camps at Guantanamo

2003 – Largest captive population, about 660 in November

11th January 2002 – The date the first detainees arrived at Guantanamo

79 years old – The age of the oldest detainee on his release after three years at Guantanamo

At least $500 million has been spent renovating facilities at the US Naval Base since the opening of the detainee camps

174 – Approximate current number of detainees, from 24 countries

$116 million – Annual cost of maintaining and running the camps at Guantanamo

The US Naval Base at Guantanamo has nine restaurants and seven bars

48 – Number of men currently listed for indefinite detention without trial

5 – Number of detainees convicted by the military commissions at Guantanamo

5 – Current number of detainees with prosthetics (22.7.2010)

22nd January 2010 – The date by which President Obama ordered the detainee camps to be closed

5,900 – Approximate size of the US Naval Base population

The US Naval Base at Guantanamo was first leased from Cuba 1903

$30 million – Cost of building Camp Delta, comprising Camps 1-3

$26 million – Spent on eight miles of road at Guantanamo Bay

400 miles – distance from Guantanamo to Miami, Florida

6 – Number of detainees who have died at Guantanamo

15 years old – the age of Omar Khadr when he first arrived at Guantanamo. He is now 24

$7.3 milliion – Spent on baseball and football fields at US Naval Base

45 square miles – Size of US Naval Base

Guantanamo Bay is the largest and oldest US Naval Base outside national borders

Military service at the detainee facility at Guantanamo may lead to the award of The Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, created by George Bush on March 12th 2003

$39 million – Cost of building Camp 6 for 200 detainees

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